Obama: It’s in the Interests of the U.S. To Pursue ‘Comprehensive Immigration Reform’

‘Although I am disappointed in Supreme Court failure to come to a decision on our immigration executive action, it is in my firm belief that it will be in the interest of the United States … to pursue comprehensive immigration reform’

"I reiterated to President Peña Nieto that although I am disappointed in the Supreme Court’s failure to come to a decision on our immigration executive action, it is my firm belief that it will be in the interest of the United States -- especially our economic interest -- to pursue comprehensive immigration reform."

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